Fringe Salon is helmed by owners Kathleen and Therese, both of whom have two decades of experience working in salon environments. Their attentive staff of stylists boasts their own impressive resumes?members of the team have performed cuts and color treatments locally as well as for the Lifetime Channel. They use this expertise when consulting with clients preceding services such as full and partial coloring, organic keratin treatments, and cuts tailored to men, women, and kids.
Aiming to be a one-stop shop for beauty, the staff at Georgie Girls has created a salon that proffers both hair and body treatments. Stylists tend to locks with face-framing haircuts and coloring treatments, including several options for custom highlights. The spa section features massages and skin treatments including Swedish massages and facials, after which clients stroll out the doors looking like they went diving for coins in the fountain of youth.
Since the 1960s, family-owned-and-operated Salon de Colores has been sprucing their clientele with refreshing haircuts, styles, and color. The salon’s styling team incorporates Paul Mitchell shampoos and conditioners into its repertoire of hair services, which includes blowouts, ombre color techniques, men’s beard color, and highlights.
Owners and licensed aestheticians Sandra Cossa-Ortiz and Colleen McMahon tend to all of Dare to be Bare's clients, and the pair has garnered praise from Westchester Magazine for their warm personalities and thorough attention to detail. By incorporating ultrasonic vibrations into their treatments, they promote vitamin absorption, encourage collagen regeneration, and reduce wrinkles caused by frowning or impersonating a raisin. They also pamper skin surfaces with facials, diamond microdermabrasion, and laser hair removal. For clients inclined to more traditional hair-removal methods, Sandra and Colleen liberate hirsute patches using a lavender-chamomile-blended wax that lends skin a flower's smoothness and attractiveness to butterflies.
Hot stones and aromatherapy oils gently glide across the body inside private rooms at @ease Spa, unwinding tight muscles and calming tense minds. Aromatherapy is also used during facials to rebalance the complexion and make sure clients don't leave with their faces smelling like regular old skin. Other relaxing services at the spa include a full-body sugar or Dead Sea mud rub and Jin Shin Jyutsu, an ancient technique where light pressure is applied to 26 specific points on the body to relieve aches and improve respiration. No matter the treatment, the spa's massage therapists are glad to customize pressure to each guest's liking, and afterward, a complimentary sauna and shower await.